Dyspepsia, Ulceration, Flatulence, Improper Digestion, Acute and Chronic Gastritis.
Lycopodium Clavatum: Food tastes sour. Excessive hunger, but eating ever so little creates fullness. Incomplete burning eructations rise only to pharynx. Sour eructations due to farinaceous or fermentable food, like cabbage, beans, oysters.
Alumina: Colic pain in abdomen, painter's colic. Obstinate constipation due to paretic condition of rectum and dryness of mucous membrane. Requires great straining. Diarrhoea when patient urinates.
Pepsin: Pepsin is an enzyme whose zymogen (pepsinogen) is released by the chief cells in the stomach and that degrades food proteins into peptides. The homoeopathic remedy made from this enzyme pepsin performs the same function and thus aids in digestion.
Scrophularia Nodosa: Pain in the abdomen on pressure. Colic below the navel.
Chamomilla: Pressive gastralgia. Flatulent colic; Abdomen distended like a drum, sensitive to touch, wind passes off in small quantities.
Carbo Vegetabilis:Acidity after meals. Flatus is fetid. Much eructations, which relieve flatulence.
Take 8 to 10 drops in half-cup of water 3 times a day before meal or as prescribed by the physician
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